The agents of Kelechi Iheanacho have demanded a bumper new Manchester City contract that will pay the Nigeria starlet a mind-blowing £200,000 a week over five years.
“He has deserved his keep at City as he is now one of the most effective forwards in the whole of Europe when you put his game time against the number of his goals,” a top source argued.
The 19-year-old Nigeria international has netted 13 goals in all competitions this season with seven of them in the Premier League.
In October, Manchester City offered Iheanacho £50,000 a week.
City have opened talks with Iheanacho’s handlers over a new contract after he justified his promotion to the first team at The Etihad with goals and five-star displays in his debut season in the English Premier League.
We have further learnt that Iheanacho is currently earning “between £10,000 and £18,000 a week” after coming through the City youth ranks.
The least paid City first-teamer is on £180,000 a week with the biggest earner at the club Yaya Toure pocketing almost twice that sum.
Iheanacho is expected to bag a new contract by July.